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Sep 8, 2012 11:00pm EDT
deviance. in the 1950's, two sociologists studied juvenile delinquents to find out why they do the bad things they do. they discovered that the delinquents often realized that the laws they routinely break are correct and necessary. but they develop sophisticated rationale to excuse their own mischief. the researchers named five neutralization techniques that delinquent used to explain away their behavior and to protect themselves from guilt and self blame. the justifications are -- denial of responsibility. in this scenario, the delinquent believes that is deviant acts are the result of outside forces beyond his control, such as overbearing parents, for high school teachers, and so on. it is not his fault. it is their fault. the nile of injury -- hear the delinquent believes that nobody is really hurt by his misbehavior. so what is the harm? denial of the victim -- the delinquent believes that come even if other people are being hurt by his deviant behavior, they somehow deserve it. they were asking for it. fourth, condemnation of the contenders -- in this technique, the delinquen
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